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My boys school has officially gone back to virtual for the time being. And toilet paper is once again gone from the shelves. Sadly our holidays are going to look a lot different then they have in the past. With older people, babies and soon to be mommas in our family we don't feel comfortable getting together. We also will not being going on any of our trips. We are trying to keep travel down as much as possible. No fun trips this year.... Or at least I thought. Thanks to the Crayola Experience at Home - Holiday Passport Edition my boys can have a grand adventure right in our living room!
Journey “around the world” in this video-guided, hands-on, holiday adventure! For this winter trip, become an international traveler extraordinaire without leaving your home! Fill your Holiday Passport with tons of countries as Jazzy shows you the crayons' favorite holiday traditions. And craft keepsakes to celebrate them (all with a Crayola twist):
9 Hands-On Holiday Activities, Supplies Included
Craft a Julekurver basket - a traditional Norwegian decoration
Create a crayon shaving shadow box, with a surprise twist!
Make a pop-up firework craft, that disguises itself as a Christmas tree
Transform your puzzle into a colorful keepsake ornament
And so much more!
Exclusive Snowman Painting Tutorial with a REAL Crayola Illustrator
3 Hours of Content
At the End, Each World Traveler Will Receive: 1 holiday traveler award Special thank you gift & letter from our crayons
My boys LOVED it! Some items were needed on our end, but really simple things like water, tape and scissors. Everything else was provided for us. My kids were so fascinated by how others celebrate around the world. I'm not going to fib, I learned a lot too! The projects we got to do were so much fun and provided a really cute keepsake. And everything was hands on! I don't know about you, but after several days of being home my boys start to go a little stir crazy. I like to have hands on activities for them to not only engage their mind, but also their hands. The instructions were really easy to follow. I did them with my boys, but I know they would of had no problem doing them without me. The longest stop was about 26 minutes. Which is the perfect length for kids, not so long that they get bored, but also not so short that they are wanting more. And the videos don't all need to be watched in one day. When I could tell my boys wanted to stop for the day I just wrote which video we were on and we picked up where we left off the next day.
We may not be able to see our family this holiday season or enjoy some of the places we normally go. But thanks to the Crayola Experience at home Holiday Passport we were able to travel the world from the safety of our own living room!